Congratulations to our November 2016 Graduates

                        

Ofer Dynes, Ph.D., Jewish History and Culture

Dissertation Title: Discipline and Publish: 
Jews, the Logic of the State, and The Beginning of Modern Hebrew and Yiddish Literature in Eastern Europe (1806-1845)

   

Gabriel Hornung, Ph.D., Ancient Near Eastern Studies

Dissertation Title: The Nature and Import of the Relationship between the Joseph Story in Genesis and the Book of Esther

 

Maria Metzler, Ph.D., Ancient Near Eastern Studies

Dissertation Title: The Ark of the Covenant and Divine Rage in the Hebrew Bible

Avigail Noy, Ph.D., Histories and Cultures of Muslim Societies

Dissertation Title: The Emergence of ʿIlm al-Bayān:  Classical Arabic Literary Theory in the Arabic East in the 7th/13th Century

Zhan Zhang, Ph.D., Ancient Near Eastern Studies

Dissertation Title: Between China and Tibet: A Documentary History of Khotan in the Late Eighth and Early Ninth Century